by Saloni Gajjar - Follow @browngirlmag “The Mindy Project” became the first American TV show created by and starring an Indian-American when it premiered in 2012 on FOX before moving to Hulu in 2015. Mindy...
by BG Staff - Follow @browngirlmag When "The Mindy Project" premiered in 2012, it signaled a new wave of the situational comedy. From multihyphenate Mindy Kaling came a “romantic comedy” that distinctly showed us that...
These talented women have captivated a diverse audience with their Bollywood, hip-hop, and classical dance routines. They shared details about their success and experiences so far and the goals they want to accomplish in the future.
by Saloni Gajjar - Follow @browngirlmag #REPRESENTATION. Or at least that was the motto at the 69th Emmy Awards last night. Television’s highest honors have often emphasized the importance of showcasing and applauding diversity. Hosted...
Ahmed has spoken out against limited roles for actors of color in both television and film, stating numerous times he would rather be poor than play stereotypical characters.
It is outrageous that Vogue India would select Jenner to represent their magazine in honor of their 10th anniversary.
I used to be embarrassed to share my love for Bollywood from fear of being labeled as "too Indian" by both my desi and non-desi friends.
As a lover of animation, I felt somewhat disheartened that there were never any animated characters who looked like me. And if there were, they were always these nerdy boys who sounded like Apu from the Simpsons. Hence, I was nearly in tears when I saw Connie.
Yesterday, at 8 p.m. at the McCormick Center in Chicago, Barack Obama gave his highly-anticipated farewell speech to the United States of America, sharing bits of his life and his many pearls of wisdom as he motivated Americans broken by the election of Donald Trump to mend their spirits.
by Akansha Agrawal Actress and model Sana Serrai plays the role of Samantha in the new Netflix series "Brown Nation." The comedy series that plays on the quirks of everyday Indian-American...
Three years ago I met Melanie Chandra on set for a movie called "For Here or to Go." I spent my Saturday afternoon as an extra in a scene that was filmed at my local yoga studio (my tree pose was perfect by the end).
Even though the industry is still in its initial stages of rebirth, Anjum Shahzad’s "Mah e Mir" showcases the amazing talent and potential that Pakistani creators and artists truly possess.
Just when we thought “Koffee With Karan” couldn’t get any better, both Kapoor and Singh, entered the sets dancing and oozing comfort, and camaraderie, in each other’s company.
Sujata Day first stole our hearts in her role starring in Issa Rae’s "The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl." Now, she continues to enchant us in her role on HBO’s comedy series "Insecure." Brown Girl Magazine recently spoke to Day about her background, career path, and goals for the future.
For reasons we don't quite understand, Mindy Kaling declared that the fictional Mindy Lahiri has "a white male level of privilege" and that she isn't "subjugated" the way other characters of color on television are.
Vivacious, bold and a plethora of knowledge. Daniel Pillai is one of Canada’s most sought after entertainment personalities and hottest players in its entertainment industry playground.
Just a couple weeks before the season two premiere of "Quantico," Priyanka Chopra (obviously) made the interview rounds, and of course, we saw tons of our friends sharing Refinery29’s splashy new profile of the 34-year-old star.
We created 'The Fob and I'—a web series set about depicting South Asians as complex characters rooted in their identity and not in their stereotypes.
Twinkle Khanna, author, blogger, actress, and a pure badass, took a troll to task with grace and I could not be happier.